Kingsbury’s reign as owner of the best draft-day digs is being threatened by Rams’ setup in a Malibu beach house.
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Rams CB Darious Williams has signed his first-round restricted free agent tender, the Rams announced on Wednesday. An undrafted free agent in 2018 signed by the Ravens, Williams is coming off a breakout season that included four interceptions and 14 pass deflections. He is entering his third season with the Rams and is expected to maintain a starting role opposite of Jalen Ramsey.
The NFL owners, on Wednesday, approved a rule change loosening jersey number rules. Get ready for a lot more players rocking single-digit jerseys and players going back to their high school and college numbers.
While the Rams won't have a shot at the highest-ranked prospects, expect them to pursue reinforcements at receiver, LB, DB and on the offensive line.
The Rams have taken a page out of Kliff Kingsbury's playbook and rented a 9,000 square-foot house in Malibu to run their 2021 draft out of.
Bomani Jones is pleased with the New York Knicks’ return to “competency” following Pelicans F Zion Williamson speaking glowingly about playing at Madison Square Garden (1:22). He also compares the story of a mistaken identity that evolved around Rams DL Aaron Donald over the weekend to a WWE wrestling brawl (16:16). Plus, an IYHH including an angry octopus (26:08) and your voicemails from the most awkward date that you have ever been on (36:25)! IYHH Stories @IvanPer4 on NY state leaders agreeing to legalize recreational marijuana: https://abcn.ws/2REJiuw @peterjholley on Houston’s Third Ward still not having running water following a February storm: https://bit.ly/2QEll60 @bydanielvictor on “the angriest octopus”, who attacked a tourist on an Australian beach: https://nyti.ms/3n0FX4u
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